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. if you listen to african american women talk about churches in the united states, you'll hear concerns. you will hear concerns from sisters in islam, a really wonderful group in malaysia talking how to reinterpret the koran so women's integrity is more full-fledged. so it's not really an answer to your question, but it does mean we have a much bigger agenda that if we take religion seriously is to watch a women engage with religion, both state and has organized process and what kind of gender analysis, what the gender analysis show you about the part is of a particular religion in particular places. i know from a serbian feminist friends that there is an enormous alarm now in the reassertion of the serbian orthodox christian church in serbian political life. there is also a lot of of armed amongst russian feminists about the closeness of the putin government to the russian orthodox church now. so you have to watch over time. you have to listen seriously to feminists in any country before you make a function. you have to be curious about how women live their religious lives or nonreligi
washington. your gracious favor and devine blessings upon these united states of america, our president, barack obama, and vice president joseph biden as a second term of their sacred responsibilities in the highest office of our country. bless, preserve, and keep them and their families safe and healthy together with all who serve our nation's, especially in the congress, the judiciary, and the armed forces, here and everywhere who heroically and sack -- sacrifice for the life of liberty and the pursuit of happiness. father, may we ever abide in this land of opportunity and freedom in perfect tranquility, faithful to our foundations and ever more prosperous, just e quitble society for all our citizens, and may we always share our faith and hope for the future with the whole world through your define and gracious love. amen. >> thank you. >> okay, please be seated for a moment. my pleasure, arch bishop. thank you. well, i think everyone would agree there's been a wonderful inaugust grail ceremony, a delicious lunch, and it's now time to head to the next happy stop, the presidential para
. it provides opportunities for residents on either sides of the border. united states border, mexican border. when we provide that, things start falling into place. you see a reduction in crime, reduction in drug use. that's what this discussion today and we thank simon increasing for putting the fund is so important because it allows us to move forward and some of the things i think you heard and discussed, we need to increase or border infrastructure and implement a firm but fair immigration policy. we need to encourage more u.s. cities and mexican city partnerships to allow us to facilitate that trade discussed earlier. earlier in 2011, 2013, las cruces named the champion of change because we were able to show why in the southwest we've been able to increase profit and personnel in a tough and challenging time. during that time, we listened to many officials to me upon the best ration and the president said he wanted to increase trade with mexico. but that type of mandate and this type of forum, you'll see more and more trade with mexico. i appreciate you all coming out today. we eagerly
intensive care unit, nurses to lots of care for various patients and they do it well, so why not? the answer is it's impossible in many cases to fit what nurses do into billing codes so you can get paid for it. what you pay for you get and we've got a system that has evolved that has been responsive for what we paid for. if you're going to move from a transaction-based system, in my opinion, to a longitudinal care model of primary care, then you have to move away from transaction-based payment and discrete payment and moved to budgeted payments, longitudinal payments to take care of patients for a period of time without regard to what the billing for the individual service is u.k. and then let providers,.yours, nurses and others and that they how they approach care of their patients without the shackles of being limited by what billing codes well and will not allow for in my opinion. >> any outcomes that appear in washington because i can't find anyone with these ideas to go to when i go to see my doctor. i think that's part of the problem, patients are frustrated. if you see a good model, y
as conservatives to take back the united states senate we have expose the guys and gals for what they are. >> and i hope that it's really the case -- again, the bill has to be goes to the senate and be signed by the president. the senate has to agree we're going put them online. .. at 9:00 a.m. eastern, she will testify at a senate foreign relations committee hearing. at 2:00 p.m., she will be of the house foreign affairs committee. he will we will have live coverage of both of the hearings on c-span3 and online at you are watching c-span2 with politics and public affairs we face featuring live coverage. and every week in the latest non-fiction authors and books on booktv. you can join in the conversation online. >> in his first state of the state address, indiana governor mike pence talked about the state of indiana's condition. this is about a half hour. [applause] [applause] [inaudible conversations] [applause] >> speakers, lieutenant governor, senators and representatives, members of the general assembly and distinguished guests and indiana's people, i am proud to stand before you a
, but fail to address larger issues affecting deficit and also economic competitiveness of the united states and those of us who run global companies care very deeply about that. preserving the opportunity for comprehensive and revenue choke tax reform is a critical and very important to creating progress tax law that will enable american companies to compete effectively against companies that are domicile in other countries around the world. we need a level playing field. we don't have a level playing field today. the united states has the highest corporate tax rate in the world and also the united states is one of the few countries in the world with a system that is called a global tax system rather than a territorial tax system. during the 113th congress, we're going to continue to advocate comprehensive tax reform that broadens the base they reduces corporate tax rates in those to a competitive territorial system. procter & gamble pays income taxes in over 100 countries around the world good business taxi firm should provide a level playing field of each business has the confidence of kn
for disaster reduction, which came to an hand in the 90s, but i think that very distinguished group, the united states is very active in this regard. that distinguished group of scientists reached a point where they felt no one is listening. there was something about the strategy they try to bring to the attention that we were and prompted a very dangerous trend of undermining significant development in tax achieving all around the world. and there are a lot of geoscientists of course, but also the very strong understanding the climate change is not only happening, but have been happening for a long time and i was going to be a clear determining for future disaster risk evolution. so the organization i represent is a relatively modest office, but what is not modest i would say is the international partnership is built around the international strategy for design to your reduction, they said thierry, which has one foot in the u.n. and one and the rest of the world. we can only build on science. you have to work with government supporters business, parliamentarians, with any stakeholder that unde
this frustration with the e.u. vary dramatically here in the united kingdom. europe's leaders have a duty to hear these concerns. indeed we have a duty to act on them and not just to fix the problems in the euro zone, but if in any emergency should plan for the amount as well as dealing with the present crisis center in the midst of present challenges we should plan for the future and what the world will look like when difficulties in the euro zone have been overcome. the biggest danger to the european union comes not from those who advocate change, but those who denounce new thinking is heresy. in its long history, europe has experienced heretics that turned out to have point. my point is this. for the same will not secure long-term future for the euro zone. more of the sample not fit the european union keeping pace with the new powerhouse economies. more of the same will not ring the european union closer to a citizen. more of the same will just produce more of the same, less competitiveness, less growth, fewer jobs and that will make our countries not stronger, but weaker. that is why we need
designed as 3000 house unit. these pictures were taken by the national direct care, claude judy because we had habitat were asked to come in after the project is designed and after it was built as family selection was beginning to work on support and try to provide community engagement work garrett was talking about and the work she's done and that i will share with you that we've been doing. that work hadn't been done in the design and implementation of this project. as you can see from the picture, we left the rearview mirror in here, not only couldn't crop the photo, but we wanted you to see in front of you there is nothing here, nothing surrounding these 3000 homes. if you talk about what we try to do working with communities, they need to be someplace where they can have a school. any basic transportation. they need to have jobs. they don't have transportation. how would they get to the jobs crisis is 15 miles, the mice of the 1500 vials for whether people are. it's not a big surprise this 3000 unit development stands and deer are virtually empty as far as i know in habitat than other
the financial crisis, ever greater dependency on one sowers, the united states government, which is now i think about 60% of support for international hav effort. what does this mean for you in terms of trying to court may tickle the response? >> i think it's very important. peter said something. he said the world is changing. 10 years ago when we were talking about elements, africa was nowhere. every office seeks 7%, even highest growth rate for thanking god that 15%. we're not talking about emerging nation, china, presale is a key player in the new global government system. so for me, what is important today is what we are trying to push us to share responsibility, saying the world is changing. the development paradigm we have been using until now. so what we are trying to push a spring and different players. we have been able to work with the chinese and the chinese now are paying for their own is response, which is very important. we have been working with india. india has decided to pay for all their response mr., so we are seeing south africa increasing to $1.5 billion. so we are seeing t
between the budgetary pressures and other pressures facing the united states and the role in the world. senator thank you for coming out this morning. i know, it's not easy for you to get here in the snow either. i guess i'd like to begin by -- in a general way, asking you what is the concern? what is worrying you about possible interaction between limited resources here, pressure to cut the budget and what that might do in terms of limiting u.s. role abroad. >> well, the consequences, i think, both a diminishing pool of resources available all the fiscal pressures that are on the congress now in terms of the decisions they make and how to allocate funds, and the perspective to the future. not looking all that good. combined with, i think a less and less engagement, knowledge of, and participation by members of congress in global affairs. whether it is national security, military-related or whether it's foreign aid relate order diplomacy in our presence throughout the world. if you look back to congress twenty/twenty five years ago. it was made up of people who had a relationship to wo
, including the full faith and credit of the united states. the president was, in my judgment, absolutely correct to essentially throw down the powerpoint and say, this must not happen. >> thank you retaken all this time at this. >> the greatest honor history can bestow is the title of peacemaker. this honor now against america the chance to help lead the world at last out of the valley of turmoil and on to that high ground of peace that man has streamed since the dawn of civilization. >> we must embark on a bold new program benefits a very specific advances in industrial progress available for the improvement and growth of underdeveloped areas. >> thursday, vice president joe biden laid out details of a plan announced yesterday by president obama to reduce gun violence. speaking for the u.s. conference of mayors, the vice president describe thinking behind the plant from which calls for expanded background checks, bans on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines come increased funding for local police said more research on gun violence. this is about an hour. >> ladies and gentlemen,
% and for half of all felony prosecutions in the united states. now, many people believe that despite federal prosecution as a result of the program, it is a part of the program that started in 2005 that extended to six of all nine districts of the border. the dhs call this the zero tolerance policy. [inaudible] the second phenomenon that has happened in the automatic consequences. until recently we only used to remove people who committed major crimes. it is by now come to include about 50 separate kinds in 21 different categories. many are minor crimes and some are misdemeanors. congress has decided to apply this retroactively. so today is a large number of long-standing immigrants, many who are being removed from the country for crimes they committed many years ago. the definition of a new cooperative agreements and localities were screening and [inaudible] and all of you know that these famous programs are important. the funding for these programs has shocked me. the programs from all four from 23 million to 619 million. that is about 2900 percentage points in the program. and obviously t
roosevelt was elected to president of the united states and became known among many things as the conservation president. it was his vision as president that jumpstarted the preservation movement in this country and gather here today we continue on with the effort to develop public policy that promotes the same ideals as tr did long ago. i have the privilege of being able to absorb what roosevelt experienced as i walk on the very same lands and see the same views he did so long ago. it was my time as governor of north dakota for a saturday to understand the public policy can be used to nudge along the same ideals and help conserve the foundations of our country. when i shared the western governors association, the group of 18 states goes from the country west, very involved in resource issues, we were shepherding the grand canyon visibility study. i was shocked when a regional epa administrator can then and was promoting the idea that north dakota should clean up the air better. i pointed out north dakota was the first state to meet the clean air standards, i was mining and
of friends there. when mccarthy returned to the united states he was based at treasure island and sanford cisco bait. he tried baking mental him is to get a medical discharge but it wasn't that far from the truth. one time while way too high on white lightning acid he considered suicide. the reality was setting an nfl good to have a gun he recall. really crazy ones on treasure island for the guys who clenched pouches they had made from the scrotums of deadbeats. the navy patched up their heads and put them back into action. the haight beckoned to mccarthy from the choppy cold waters of the paper going christmas eve he went strolling in the hippie haven in "life" magazine. he wasn't looking for but for mystical camaraderie. it was a harder connection to find in those days. as you walk down the haight street some were hanging out in front of him hang hassling anyone who went by. she broke away and a navy man high on lsd fix them with the look of death and they backed off the one. after vietnam it was look the came naturally to mccarthy and it was only enhanced by the acid. 20 yards past the
we focus on how we join with the region to create a larger trading relationship with the united states and to understand better ways in which we can become closer friends with china and france at the region. i think i would be in everybody's interest. to the extent that the cia gives us information about leadership changes in japan, china and south korea and the last six months have better information about other trends than our policy in asia will be better and hopefully more congruent. >> host: with 10 minutes let with former congresswoman jane trained to commit served as member of the house intelligence committee from 2003 to 2007. now the ceo of the wilson center. linda and millerton, new york. >> caller: good morning. i have a three-part question for jane. i would like to have really fast short answer so i don't take a lot of time. jane, what changes would you like to see made to our constitution? >> guest: i haven't in this area of intelligence, i'm not recommending any. i would personally like the equal rights amendment in some lifetime, but i don't notice ever going to h
is there really is no pure military competitor to the united states of america. the only two nations that even half the potential economic capacity or the population to challenge us i think would be china and india because they're large, big countries. but there's absolutely no intent on challenging soa. the chinese are building up forces and we have to watch that and asked for greater transparency. but they're doing too good a job selling it to us. and so while i watch china with great interest as a professional manner, i'm not up to be china is going to become an enemyfg because it got nowhere been our enemy in the past and have gotten very far by not being counting the enemy. .. >> if you read the consequences as interest we need to have a clear idea of who would be taking over to power. with respect to iran, we need to put pressure on them. they are not going to give up their nuclear program easily. we have been trying to do this for eight or nine years. they keep insisting that it's just for the production of power. but i have seen some of the things that have evolved. so you can't trust
an orthodox approach. a person who change that in the united states was president roosevelt who did a lot of different things. something's things work, some things don't work. not all of them were, but a lot of them did. we did help to stabilize the financial system and bring our economy back where we would like to see it. >> you raise the issue of what is going on globally. and the cooperation and that certainly is a positive thing. the global languages are very important in terms of u.s. growth. if you look at the medium term, where would you see a plausible scenario to generate the demand for the growth that we hope the u.s. achieves? i think he would agree to go back to the very helpful consumption levels that were arguably unsustainable, given the challenges and risks, and slowing growth in china, i'm not so clear where that growth might come from. and i wonder what your thoughts are about back kind of concern? >> well, it is true that global growth has been somewhat slower. for a variety of different reasons. one is the european situation, which you alluded to. much of europe is in
at it globally, in 1950 they were in the 75 to 80 million unit range of that will go up north of 100 million fairly soon mostly on the strength of china and india. worldwide mobility is gaining mr miss steam and there's no question within that mix of numbers there are different patterns and different tendencies. i think the most profound thing for the kids this connectivity and that is is an issue we will all have to wrestle with is connect the city and the car a good thing or a bad thing? thirst no question that the phone for someone who is 25 is an extension of their brain and an extension of their brain that they don't want to yield when they get into an automobile. for. for some, that is a challenge because it's a distraction for others. it's an asset because it provides information that is going to diminish congestion and which is going to save fuel. so it's a double-edged kind of sword. we have to find a way to deal with that in overtime one of the challenges we all have is the need to forge a consistent policy across agencies within agencies that deals with connectivity in a fashion t
to examine how we ought to stabilize health care spending in the united states. we all know that it is now a huge part of our economy. accounting for 18% of gdp. that is $2.2 trillion for those we don't know the exact size of the 2011 gdp. and i'm sure the policy student somewhere play a drinking game based upon how many times the word unsustainable is used. but the spending figures released for the third year in a row, aggregate spending grew by 3.9%. the smallest increment in decades. to paraphrase ross perot's running mate in the debate many years ago, why are we here? at least one response to the question is we don't know if the health care cost have been slain or is just hibernating. how much comes from the sluggish economic recovery where people are postponing care over which they have any kind of discussion at all what about expensive treatments and tests them for the most expensive health care programs is the fact that 10,802 joining and joining me in the over 65 set everyday. despite relatively encouraging news -- [inaudible] we are talking today about this, which is a century old
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